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Old 10-28-2006
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Coilovers or Shocks???

ive got a question for you guys. i know someone selling K sport coilovers for 300 bucks. are these good coilovers? im not really a track person so dampning rates and 16 way adjustability isnt really my concern. my main concern would be comfort. would i be better off buying tokiko HP shocks? right now im lowered on H&R springs on stock shocks. lemme know what you guys think. thanks!!!
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hmm... i dont know much about the difference but where are you finding the k-sport for 300? is it new or used? shoot if you don't want them (and their new) ill take buy them from you and give you an incentive
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